There's no need to stress about picking wine for Thanksgiving. Here are some easy pairing tips—and a selection of bottles that'll help your Turkey Day meal shine.
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In a restaurant, you can ask a sommelier for wine advice, but when you cook a Thanksgiving feast at home, you probably don't have a somm on hand. So we dialed up a few of our wine expert friends to find out their Turkey Day wine advice.